In case you missed it, we released version 2.0.1 of the WebLogic Kubernetes Operator this week. This release mainly contains bug fixes, but we also announced certification for OpenShift.
This means you can now run WebLogic Server on OpenShift using our operator and you can call Oracle Support to log a Service Request, or of course, come talk to us on our public slack channel.
What’s next? We are working on support for JRF-enable domains, i.e. ADF, SOA, BPM, etc., and we are planning to include some of the groundwork for that in our next release, tentatively called 2.1.